Books for Black History Month
As we commemorate Black History Month, we'd like to share a reading list of our recent books on African American history and culture. Our new books include a groundbreaking continental view of fugitive slave migration, a study of the impact of Marcus Garvey's black nationalist philosophy around the world and across the twentieth century, a biography of civil rights advocate Robert R. Church Jr. that reveals the behind-the-scenes victories of black voters and leaders during the Jim Crow era, and more. View our collection here.
From Our Authors
Remembering and Forgetting Organized Racial Violence | Margaret M. Mulrooney
Wes Skiles and the Fight for Florida's Springs | Julie Hauserman
Authors in Conversation: Rethinking the Haiti-Dominican Republic Border | Carl Lindskoog, April J. Mayes, and Kiran C. Jayaram
Let's Make Native Gardens the New Normal | Ginny Stibolt
What We Can Learn from Women's Writing Communities | Ashley Andrews Lear
The Evidence for Insect Eating in Human Evolution | Julie J. Lesnik
Mistreating Refugee Children is, Sadly, All Too American | Carl Lindskoog
How the Haitian Refugee Crisis Led to the Indefinite Detention of Immigrants | Carl Lindskoog
More author posts
Read our fall review roundup for highlights from the latest reviews our books have received.
Recent Award Winners
We are pleased to share that Raymond Arsenault and Randy Wayne White have been named winners of the Florida Humanities Council 2019 Florida Lifetime Achievement Award for Writing!
Congratulations to our other recent award-winning authors. New awards include:
Florida Book Awards for Cooking and Visual Arts
Florida Historical Society Charlton Tebeau Award
Latin American Studies Association Haiti-Dominican Republic Section Isis Duarte Book Prize
Southern Anthropological Society James Mooney Award